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Deep Blue Sea

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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: ISIS Audio Books; Unabridged edition (1 Feb. 2014)
  • ISBN-10: 1445036533
  • ISBN-13: 978-1445036533
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (183 customer reviews)

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This glitzy, fast-paced mystery will hook you from the start... An engrossing dose of chick lit (Prima)

Sexual tension and an untimely death set the scene for perfect poolside escapism... Perry delivers a big juicy holiday read with enough sexual tension - unresolved and otherwise - to keep you gripped (Marie-Claire)

A brilliant page turner that will keep you guessing until the end (Sun)

Highly entertaining and cleverly written (The Sunday Mirror)

Exciting and explosive (Essentials)

Another brilliant page-turner from the queen of the beach read (Red)

Hot enough to melt an ice-lolly, it's the perfect summer (Express)

Totally absorbing... An exciting thriller that will keep you guessing until the end. Perfect fodder for those long lazy days on the beach or in the park (Heat)

Escape into Deep Blue Sea, Tasmina Perry's latest passionate excursion (Belfast Telegraph) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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With her unique signature blend of escapism, passion and thrilling suspense, Tasmina Perry once again proves she is simply in a league of her own.

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By Katharine Kirby TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 July 2014
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Nice to meet you, and I look forward to a long friendship.

Yes, although my first of Tasmina's this certainly won't be my last. She writes with a similar esprit and style as Penny Vincenzi. The Deep Blue Sea has its contrasts frm the word go, the high life of the rich, powerful and successful, against the satisfyingly simple days of a scuba/freediver currently based on a Thai island. All deliciously wish fulfilment territory.

Two sisters, Diana and Rachel, have been estranged for several years, since one seemingly sat back and allowed a scandal to break loose in her press about the other. Their spikey mother Sylvia has taken wounded Diana's side, feathering her nest as a sideline. Julian, Diana's husband is a CEO of the Denver Group, his huge family firm. He has adopted Charlie, Diana's son from another relationship, as his own. Tasmina is brill at bringing to life her characters, especially the young with whom she has a deep affinity.

The beginning sees all fine and set fair, a fairy tale party, a so called 'small event' for sixty guests taking place. You can hear the chink of the delicate champagne glasses and watch the hired caterers passing amongst the diners with delicious treats. Repartee, the flashes of jewels, the gentle goading of friends to plan more and more daring holidays...

What happens next takes the whole book to sort out. Rachel's journalism skills and contacts have to be dusted off and reapplied. Settle down on your sun bed, snuggle into your hammock, relax under an umbrella, prepare to be drawn into a mystery that will have you gasping with surprise. Armchair travel of the most exciting variety, you are off to New York, Thailand, Venice, Jamaica, Rome, Naples and London.
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Tasmina Perry for me, is always a must read. When I think of her books I think of glamour, mystery, passion and an addictive story line, and this latest release is exactly what her readers are wanting!

To everyone outside looking in, it seems as though Julian and Diana have the most perfect lives and the word at their feet, they seem to have everything they could ever want. But in reality life isn't as rosy at it seems. After Julian dies very suddenly and unexpectedly, Diana suspects that there is more to it than meets the eye. Desperate for answers and to discover the truth, she makes the phonecall that she never wanted to - to her sister Rachel. Rachel used to be a tabloid reporter, and although she pretends to be living the dream, the truth is that she was driven from her career after the phone hacking scandal, and has become estranged from her family. But Rachel is determined to make up for the past and uncover the truth...

I absolutely loved Deep Blue Sea! Having been a huge fan of Tasmina Perry for many years I always look forward to her new releases with so much excitement, and let me tell you it is SUCH a joy to have been able to once again delve into the wonderful world of Tasmina's stories. I was hooked as soon as I read the description on the back of the book, I was really intrigued as to what could have happened to Julian and I was keen to start reading! I started Deep Blue Sea one morning and I finished it in two sittings - I was so involved in the novel and gripped by what was happening, I couldn't put it down and found I was carrying the book around with me everywhere, reading at every moment I could!

The plot line is fantastic, there was a great air of mystery around Julian and the truth about what had really happened, and I so intrigued!
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Read better from this author but I do enjoy her writing style hence the 3 stars! I like to feel almost disappointed when I finish reading a book due to not wanting it to end and I really didn't with this one. I felt the plot just went on and on and almost became quite boring, the characters seemed a little weak which is unlike this author as in previous books I have felt them to be strong and I am able to visualise them due to excellent descriptive writing, not with these ones sadly. However Thailand I could see in my head and wanted the whole story to be set there, I loved how she wrote about its beauty and the characters seemed more 'alive' on the page. Certainly not giving up on Tasmina Perry in spite of this. Unsure the reasoning for the title as well?
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Fans of Tasmina Perry will enjoy this novel, which delivers a similar dose of glamour, intrigue and deception to her previous bestsellers, Kiss Heaven Goodbye and Perfect Strangers. The two central characters are sisters Diana and Rachel, living very different lives after an estrangement several years ago; Diana is the indulged but lonely wife of billionaire businessman Julian, while Rachel has abandoned her career as a journalist to teach scuba-diving in Thailand. The two sisters reunite when Julian is found dead; the official verdict is suicide, but Diana thinks something else is going on. As Rachel investigates, a web of affairs, drugs trials, secret flights and contested wills unfolds.

I enjoyed reading this novel, and it's certainly perfect for an escapist beach holiday. However, I found that it had similar flaws to her previous release, Perfect Strangers. In short, I can't connect with Perry's fragile, damaged heroines - Diana being an obvious example - and find it much more interesting to read about her stronger, more intelligent women, like Rachel. (This is probably why my favourite novel of hers is Private Lives, where hotshot lawyer Anna dominates the book). Unfortunately, because about half of the novel is told from Diana's point of view, I found myself skimming chapters, because it was difficult to sympathise with her woes. It was also a shame, especially given the novel's title, that more wasn't made of Rachel's diving career in Thailand. I loved the account of free-diving at the beginning of the novel, and wished that Perry had returned to this in the narrative. While the central plotline was gripping, the settings weren't as interesting or varied as I've come to expect from Perry.
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